Skip to comments.Loud Explosions Reportedly Heard Near Bin Laden's Pakistan Compound
Posted on 05/08/2011 11:39:03 AM PDT by topher
ABBOTTABAD, Pakistan -- Two loud explosions were reportedly heard near the compound where Usama bin Laden was killed during a U.S. raid, the Associated Press reports.
Fox News' Dominic Di-Natale said he could not confirm news of an explosion, but rumors are circulating that Pakistanis intend to blow up the compound to prevent the site from becoming a shrine.
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Some say the helicopter tail is in China now.
Those are the sounds of obama’s approval ratings imploding..
The only difference between Bill Clinton and Obama is that Bill Clinton would have sold the Chinese the tail section.
Obama just gave it away...
It’s probably just Geraldo looking for Osama’s vault.
I’d say the Pakis really want to fill in the tunnels.
Million dollar home. Umpteen high feet walls. Sitting in a neighborhood with retired military. Military academy across the way. The one thing not found there,the one thing i can’t believe wasn’t there,a tunnel out. He had cash,he had phone numbers. He had to have a way out besides the front door. That would be fine evidence especially where ever it came out.
Shades of the OKC bombing...
Osama bin Laden compound
Had to be. no question.
Scouts Out! Cavalry Ho!
I heard a plausable theory that the whole operation was a show staged to cover up Pakistan turning over Bin Ladens body after dying of other causes
"..Pakistani troops were seen loading the rotor onto trucks, covering it with tarp. The rest of the chopper was effectively destroyed, but for some reason (perhaps time constraints or the fact that it was outside the compound), the rotor was left intact..."
Build a barbeque restaurant on the site. That’ll keep it from becoming a shrine...
Debris is removed from Osama bin Laden's compound
Reuters, May 3, 2011
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